Poem: Celestial Season of Love

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The wee hours of morning moist with spring

Muffled up with vibrant autumn trees

Usher a Mellifluous hymn of leaves

Tumbling down the perennial trees


Clouds vivifying whimsy of colours

Resuscitate the Emporium of Love

As we coyly stand under a single umbrella

Soaked in water and shivers of chill


Ah! The vehemence of our breaths

Chiming in cadence tote dryness

Leaving the Soul replenished with thirst

And ‘tis cajoling mind yearning to cuddle


Standing amidst the cobbled street

Exalting the depths of Romantic milieu

The parched Souls delve into each other’s lips

Invigorating Flames in gelid bodies for sips


The nonpareil Fragrance of our breaths

Seasoned with silenced reticence

Gesticulates warmth rushing through veins

Reciprocating seductive blaze


Let the time clothe into a glacial suit

For the Souls have pined fervently

To see, to touch, to feel the season

And its Ceaseless ethereal cycle


The piercing eyes feel no carnal shame

For every season has its reason

And every reason has its season

Ah! ‘Tis Love laden with placid thoughts


Let the soul comprehend this feeling

And perpetuate the rituals

Of this celestial season of Love

For it ain’t a delinquency, nay a Dove.


~ Copyright © Surabhi Kaura 2015


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shprd74 15 months ago from Bangalore

as I read, I smile.

great surabhi. I like it.


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Surabhi Kaura 15 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

It was an endeavour to write romance. Thanks for the appreciation, Hari :)


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Jodah 15 months ago from Queensland Australia

Delightful poem, great word use and love the beautiful image.


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Surabhi Kaura 15 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Thank you, Jodah.


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manatita44 14 months ago from london

So you are a romantic, my Sweet.

Have you studied the English Poets? Your poetry is a masterpiece! You have not entered my realm, but we seem to run side by side in the region of the ethereal, the aesthetic; the sublime. Great to meet you! Hari Om Tat Sat!


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Surabhi Kaura 14 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Thank you, dear Manatita for your feedback. I am humbled to know you.

I haven't studied English poets much, but I've studied Indian poets. Shiv Kumar Batalvi, Rabindranath Tagore, Kabir and Gulzaar are a few names which come on my lips. I am fortunate to know that at least I have seen the door of your realm in terms of the same taste in vocabulary.

Pleasure to meet you! Om Namah Shivaye!


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manatita44 14 months ago from london

Hari Om!

Last night I read Tagore and recited Rumi at the Poetry Café, Covent Garden, London, UK. I did about four of my own poems also. People were really into them. I have mentioned Kabir in my prose here, and I do believe that I have enlisted his services, in at least one of my many videos.

I am a weaver of words ... a Light-Bringer; an Awakener of God's celestial charm, beauty ....'nough said. Higher Blessings. Jai Ram!


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Surabhi Kaura 14 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Whoa! Please do share those poems. I would love to read. See, I was meant to stumble upon you hub. Kabir..Tagore... birds of same feather flock together!

Jai Siya Ram!


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cleaner3 13 months ago from Pueblo, Colorado

great image and poetry that matches with perfection...


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Surabhi Kaura 13 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Thank you, my sweet friend! May I know your name? :)

Your poetry was lovely. I sipped it with joy last night. Hugs.


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cleaner3 13 months ago from Pueblo, Colorado

my beautiful poet.... my name is Michael Montoya.... if you would be so kind.. my e mail is montoyamike1@yahoo.com ... I would love to converse with you .. and show you some of my other works...


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manatita44 13 months ago from london

Surabhi,

You remind me of Hanumanji.

You do not seem to aware of your own virtue. How I wish I had your childlike innocence! Please pray for me.


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Surabhi Kaura 13 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Pleasure, Michael :)


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Surabhi Kaura 13 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Hahaha! Manatita, then in that case, you are 'Ram' and I guess I am the female version of Hanuman-ji. Always in my prayer.


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manatita44 13 months ago from london

http://manatita44.hubpages.com/hub/OUR-ROOT-IS-LOV... You will find Kabir in my prose work here. Jai Sri krishna!

Today was the 8th Anniversary of Sri Chinmoy's passing. (Mahasamadhi) He was 76 on October 11th 2007. My meditation was heavenly, and I remembered many Friends here on Hub Pages.


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Surabhi Kaura 13 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

For some reason, the link does not open. It says the page doesn't exist. Please e-mail me if you can. I would love to read it.

You are a blessed soul. My prayers to Sri Chinmoy's passing. I am again surprised to know your rich knowledge in Hindi - 'Mahasamadhi'... very few Indians use this word these days.


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Best of Aying 13 months ago from Philippines

Such a heavenly poetry about love at its finest! Good job, Surabhi...


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Surabhi Kaura 13 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Thank you, my sweet. Peace :)


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Venkatachari M 13 months ago from Hyderabad, India

Beautiful lines of love.


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Surabhi Kaura 13 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Thank you, Venkatachari ji. I am glad you like it. Peace.


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Ashish Dadgaa 4 months ago from India

Outstanding poem.every stanza in the poem seems to have truth with in.


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Surabhi Kaura 4 months ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Thank you, Ashish. Glad that you like it.

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